Welcome to Cabbagetown South Residents’ Association (CSRA)

If you live or work in downtown Toronto, Canada, between Parliament and Sherbourne, Carlton and Shuter Streets, then we are your neighbourhood residents’ association.

Setting Priorities… 

In any community, there are always many worthy things competing for time and attention. The Board of Directors of the Cabbagetown South Residents’ Association chooses some among the many for special attention. It includes things in which we are directly engaged, or issues that we are actively monitoring or for which we are collecting information. 

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One of a Kinf Face Masks

Cabbagetown South is Fundraising

Townes and her mum started making face masks for family and friends and thought this would be a great way to give back to a community that is full of so many divers people and services. For a minimum donation of $10 you will receive a one of a kind beautifully created face mask that is washable. All proceeds will be donated to local charities in our community.

All masks are one of a kind and quantities are limited.

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A Great Resource to Help you Shop Local

Our good friends at the ‘Cabbagetown Neighbourhood Review’ have put together an excellent resource to help us all support our local small businesses that are struggling. To see a list of retailers and restaurants in Cabbagetown, Corktown and Regent Park who are still open.

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May 10, 2020

Garden Contest

Spring is finally here and Cabbagetown South is in full bloom! Well, at least it’s supposed to be. But don’t fret!  Warmer days aren’t far off and we’ve got a fun contest to help get you into the spring spirit! Here’s how it works: Simply take a photo of your favourite […]
April 30, 2020
CurbTO Parliament Street

CurbTO

More Space for Pedestrians As anyone who has tried to walk down sections of Parliament Street while maintaining social distancing knows, it can be a challenge.  On Monday, Mayor Tory announced the creation of CurbTO, a new initiative to help increase space for pedestrians trying to get around line-ups outside essential businesses […]
March 12, 2020
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Top 3 Critical Safety Issues in Cabbagetown South

Members of Toronto Police 51 Division reached out to Cabbagetown South Resident’s Association for feedback from our community, specifically, they want to know what residents identify as the TOP 3 CRITICAL SAFETY ISSUES within our neighbourhood. At the Community Police Liaison Committee Meeting (CPLC) on March 11, 2020 it was […]
February 10, 2020

233 Carlton Committee of Adjustment (CoA)

Information Meeting on the Committee of Adjustment (CoA) Application for 233 Carlton St. Relocation site for the Women’s Resource Centre.   [/vc_column][/vc_row]  
January 9, 2020

The City has leased the property at 233 Carlton St

The City has leased the property at 233 Carlton St. as the relocation site for the Women’s Resource Centre. 233 Carlton St. is expected to replace the existing Adelaide Resource Centre for Women at 67 Adelaide St. E. with a focus on providing supportive services for vulnerable women who are […]
October 5, 2019
233 Carlton St Toronto

Another Service is scheduled to relocate to Cabbagetown South and Cabbagetown

Dear Community Members, On Wednesday Oct 2nd, the day after a successful community meeting with Councillor Wong-Tam, we obtained information that the city has signed a 10 year, multi-million dollar lease for the property at 233 Carlton Street. This building is the former office of ‘Free the Children’ across from Daniel et Daniel.  […]

Statement on the new provincial CTS Sites Announcement

 

April 1, 2019

On Friday March 29th the Ontario Government followed through on their previous commitment to better their services around SIS/OPS sites and approved the applications of 15 Consumption Treatment Services (CTS) in Community Health Centre’s across the Province. MORE